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Bearcat football team shuts out WAO to improve to 4-3

By Asst. Coach Mark Bernstrom The Bearcats took on Warren-Alvarado-Oslo Ponies at home in Hallock on Thursday, Oct. 12. After losing a close one in Goodridge the week before, KCC was ready to showcase their abilities going into the back half of the season. Against W-A-O they did just that from beginning to end. The…

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Bearcats win 2, lose 2 at Perham volleyball tourney

By Coach Tina Turn The Bearcats attended their final of three Saturday tournaments for the season on Saturuday, Oct. 7 in Perham. Sixteen teams attended, 10 that were Class AA teams and six that were Class A teams. In match one, the Bearcats met up with Barnesville and came out on top 25-16, 25-19. They…

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Klegstad promoted to ag and business banker

Brianna Klegstad has been promoted to ag/business banker at American Federal Bank in Hallock. In this position she builds and establishes relationships with ag and business customers, providing advice and financial expertise to help find solutions to achieve their goals. Klegstad worked as an associate with American Federal in Greater Grand Forks and Hallock from…

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Area students receive fall NCTC scholarships

Continuing its commitment to making a premier education accessible to all students, the Northland Community & Technical College Foundation awarded $139,546 in scholarships to students on the East Grand Forks and Thief River Falls campuses for the 2023 fall semester. Each student received between $250 and $2,500 to help finance their education at Northland. The…

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Illegal crossings continue with more consequences than punishment

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of stories about people illegally crossing the U.S.-Canadian border into Kittson County and how law enforcement handles the ongoing situation. By Anna Jauhola In the last week of September, two groups of people illegally crossed the Canadian border into the United States and were caught in Kittson…

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Bearcats defeat Bears 8-2

By Dylan Johnson The KCC Bearcats hockey team played the Lake of the Woods Bears on Thursday, Dec. 29, for their last game of 2022. The Bearcats started off the game strong, with a dominating pace and two goals from Hayden Olsonawski. Dana Brown added another goal to the board during the first period. The…

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H-SV Elev. to be auctioned in March

By Anna Jauhola In a few months, the Humboldt-St. Vincent Elevator Association will have its answer on whether its structure will stay intact or be torn down. Officially at the end of last week, the association was dissolved, its 10 percent ownership in MarKit County Grain was sold and the elevator property was not sold.…

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Sheriff’s office fully staffed with newly hired deputy

By Anna Jauhola The Kittson County Commissioners approved hiring a deputy sheriff to fill the final open position at that office during their regular meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 30. Sheriff-elect Matt Vig said three people interviewed for the position, and the best candidate was Kelly Gustafson who resides in Pelan, just on the Roseau-Kittson border.…

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Bearcats top Storm

By Mark Johnson, coach KCC 82 – SAC 62 KCC rolled down Highway 75 Tuesday, Dec. 20 for a conference showdown with the Stephen-Argyle Storm. The Bearcats were coming off back-to-back wins the previous week and had their sights set on continuing their solid play. The opening minutes of the contest took on the look…

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